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TIM MMil.l'MKI A HKKAl.n: Fill 1A Y. APRIL JH.
! Our (Inttnln (IniTitmthrttta li
V . . i
K ii 'K Sinn, April '.U After
absence we nne aiiain wit h
item we have (fathered for
old Ukuai.d. Oh, how we
writimr l that newsy paper.
Miss May Hutler, of your city, la the
Client of her brother aiid nister, Mr. and
Mrs. U. K. Hutler.
Since our last, the Death Aneol ha&
visited our midst and claimed for its
victim Mr. Will Loftin. He leaves a
wife and four children to mourn his os.
We extend to them our heartfelt in
put h v.
Mr. rsanay Held, oi .anviue, nit i i
turned home alter a pleasant visit to
Little Charlie Younjrc-, of Nashville,1
lias returned hoinn from a visit to his
jrranilpareiits, Mr. and Mrs. V. T.
Mi s Sula !ainiwood is attending the
bedside of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
ieo. Daimwoorl.of (iod will, who, we are
got rv to report, is not much improved.
Ilro. Kiibauk tilled his reultr ap
pointment at Mt.O'ivet lo-day
We are (ilail to know that the recent
cold weather did not kill all the fruit.
As news is scarce, we will close, with
best wishes to tli IIkkami and il
many readers. Ouakta and Opiim.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, j 89.
I.iichh Count v. (
Frank J.CJiknky makes oath that he is
the senior part tier of the tlriii of F J.
'H kney Co.. doing business In the City of
Toledo. County and (State aforesaid, and
that said tl nil will pay the sum of ONE
Hl.'NDUKI) liobl. A1W for each and every
case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured hy the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Fkank .1. Chkney.
Hworn to before me and nuhscrlhed in iny
presence, this the itth day of December, A.
BK.U. A. W. (4LKASON.
Hull's Catarrh Cum is taken internally
and acts directly on i lie blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Head for testimo
nials, free. . ,
F. J. Chknky. A Co., Toledo, 0.
Hold bv Tlruunists. 7.1 cents.
Hall's family Pills are the best.
of paralysis. He is thought to be some
better at this wrtinjr.
M iss. Amanda Iictiridee spent last
week with Nashville friends.
Mr. 15. A. Nichols, of Columbia, was
here last week to see Mr. aud Mrs. S. li.
M iss Tom ( dil. of Xaslivil'e, is here.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kmlish, of Frank
lin, and Misses Lucy and Lenora di
ner, of Thompson Station, were the
uuests of Klder William Anderson and
family the tirst of the week.
Mr. Fjweu Oakley and family, of Knob
Creek, were here the first of the woek.
: Mr. .spencer Kittrell, ot Caihey's
I Creek, is visiting relatives at Loco.
to the hed-ide of his sister. Mrs. Kich
ui ilson. w lio was very ill at her home
near Wayne Station,' Lawrence county,
since our last.
Mrs. Henry Kin.er bus 'eturned
uftn, i. t..lii,.r i f..it' it' ii.i L tith lwl
! narentsat l'leasantville. It was duriiitc
I tier visit there that the sad accident
occurred to her father, which resulted
I in almost in-t-int death.
l!ev. 4. . Uussell is still sufferintl
from his attack of Jaundice, but we
hope he is now improving and will
soon be restored to health.
Mrs. .lanie Meliride, who has been in
disposed for several weeks, continues
in iiile n feeble stale of health.
War! War! War! The news is daily
rend and discussed bv oil'' patriotic
frie! ds, as well a- those who "ipiake
slid l remlile." Our mind is sun-times
lilh'dwith ill-end, fearillL' the result of
soteiribiea ihini; as war. asiiti
the dread of the cotton grower,
can be prevented. Trials at
Experiment Stations and the
experience of leading growers
prove positively that
I he Baptists have organize I a Sunday-school
at Lasting Hop" school
house. They meet every Sunday after
noon Ht 8 o'clock.
M is. Will H"al is recovering from a
liht spell of fever.
M. L. Yoenm. Cameron, Pa., says, "1
was a sufferer for ten years, try inu most
all kinds of pile remedies, but without
success. IleWiti's Witch Hazel Salve
was recommended to me. I used one
box. It has effected a permanent cure."
As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Jsah e iiu uu equal. A. ii.
A I IKVKH Tit It K.
Tt certainly looks like it, hut thero is
reallv ni Mick about it. Anybody can
try it who has lame back and weak kid
neys, malaria or nervous troubles. We
nii'an lie can cure himself ritilit away
by takinu Klccti ic Hitters. This medi
cine tones up the whole system, ads as
a stimulant to the liver and kidneys, is
a blood purifier and nerve tonic. It
cures constipation, headache, fainting
spells, sleeplessness and melancholy. It
is purely vegetable, a mild laxative, and
restores the s stein to its natural vijior.
Try Kleetiic Hitters and be convinced
that thev are a miracle worker. Kvery
bottle is ifiiaranteed. Only :ne, a bottle
at Woldride A' Irvine's diun store,
tuiiei Iv 'Hi
Dabk's Mia April 24 Death, the
miuhty Conquerer, has aiiain visited
tarlh and claimed for its victim a pure
and noble christian woiu m, M-s. Callie
MeMeen. widow of the late Tom Me.
Meen. of Oai ter's Creek. She died on i
April '.Si Slie had been a sufferer from
consumption tor a long time. May
iod comfort and soothe the only son
and one sister that survive her. Our
friends and relatives die and leave our
liearts and homes desolate. We cannot
prevent it, nor would it be best if we
could. Sorrow has its lesions, and
leath is the tfate that opens out of
arth toward the house "eternal in the
heavens." lb v. J. W. Walton preached
the funeral s-ervices in Lasting Hope
church, and the remains were laid to
lest in Lusting Hope Cemetery this
cveniiiK at :? o'clock. Now, niourniiu;
relatives, in your iiricf look to our
Heavenly Father for His love and
jiiiidanee, and feel that He doeth all
things for the best.
Mrs. W. O. (iordon lias been quite
sick, but is much better.
Mr and Mrs. P. Mayberry and Mrs.
Minnie Teter visited Mr. Kobt. May
lierrv, of Knob Creek, last week.
Mi'ss F.stella 1 1 v i n vi ited several
lavs in Columbia last week.
Si i . I), (tordo'i. of New" York City, is
isitinu his brother, Mr. W. . Gordon.
"Zulu," wile ofteuer. We love to
read vonr nieces. .Mltl.
SO IT II POUT.
Soctiipokt, April 2."). As news is
scarce, I w ill not tike up much space in
your columns this week. All we can
liear now is war, war, war. It is sad
indeed to think of so inny of our
countrymen having to so off on such a
mission, for we know they will never
Owing to the sickness of Mr. Powers.
Rev. Mr. Huberts preached atSouthport
Mr. It. t. Harris, we are sorry to say.
is suffering with a cancer on his hand
Dr. Caldwell, of Columbia, is treating it
It is a great leap from the old-fashioi -ed
doses of blue-mass and nauseous
physics to the pleasant litl le pills known
as DeWitt's Little Karly Itisi rs. They
cure constipation, sick headache and
biliousness. A K.Urtius. ly
is the only remedy.
We will be glad to send, free of charge,
interesting and useful pamphlets which treat
of the matter in detail.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
cn Nassau St., New York.
11NKS TO A FA IK FUUtUT
dnrwood'HSarsnpnriua ror the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
WAT Kit VAU.F.Y.
Watku Vai.I.ky, April 2.-The pee
ond qiiarteily iiu'etin-r of the Santa re
i'ureiiit was held at (iosheii on yester
day and to-day. liro. Currie, the Pre
siding KUler. preached two very tine
sermons. We had the pleasure of hear
inur him to-day. Avery larire congre
gation lis en'ed to his scholaily dis
vouise A laruie crowd went from our
illate to hear him to-day All ap
peared o enjoy his serinoii.
He v. N. D.'s Owings, the beloved pas
tor of the Santa Fe Circuit, has been
given a three months vacation on
account of bad health. We trust he
may soon be restored to his usual health.
His pulpit W'll be tilled at each cnuicn
by the local preachers, while be is ab
sent at the springs.
There will be services at the I nion
Vhurchon next Sunday morniim. con
UicimI by Hev. Spivv. Services at the
Haptist 'Church Sunday morning by
Miss Mattie Dot son was the iniest or
Mrs .loii ti lioiintree, of Snow Creek, for
a few days rt ntly.
Misses Leltie and Sndie Williams
Avere the guesls of relatives near W ill
iamsport last week.
Miss Fraukie Kmzer was with fneinis
at Sant-i Ke since our last.
Mrs. Dnisy Harris, of Williamsport,
visited In r mother, Mrs. Robert Pigg,
last eek. .
Miss lieulah Pratt .n has returned
loot... fier visitinit friends ami rela
lives in Hickman count v f r so n- tune.
Mr. J. U Williams is in Nasiiv lie on
Miss Roxie Johnson visited herbroth
r, Robct Lee Johnson, of Snow Creek,
Mr. ami Mrs. . I. S. Johnson were the
.ts of relatives on lurkeyv reeK ioi
Mai.lakp, April 2.7) Miss Dora
cade was quite gick last week.
Your scribe has a very bad rising on
her face, which has pained her a great
Our school is getting along nicely at
this place, with Miss Lula McKay, as
Misses Lillie Brown and Kva May
Davis, of Neapolis, are attending school
at this place.
We have had a great deal of rain lately
and the farmers are very much behind
with their crops. Most of them that
planted before the cold spell have
The infant of Mr anil Mrs. Oeorue
Forbe, of Columbia, was buried at this
place a few- days past, at the old Hunch
grave yard. We would say to the par
ents. '' ecu not. for V"iir litle babe has
gone to that sweet home above, where
there is nosickiiL'ss,nor pain nor death."
Aunt Martha Lot:hridj;e, colored, died
last week mid was buried at the old
Hunch grave-yard She had many
friends, both while ami colored, who
regret to hear of tier death.
the people around Dark's mill are go
ing to build a Christian Church at that
place. Ravkx Locks.
KKI.IF.F IV SIX HOI' It 4.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
(ircat South American Kidney Cure.''
It is a great surprise on account of its
esceedinu Dfoiu ptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and hack, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want quick
rdief and cure this is the remedy. Sold
bv A. H. Rains, druggist, Columbia,
Teiin. f2''- 'y
Bioiiyvillk, Apl. 2(i A two da's
meeting was held at Hopewell church,
beginnini: last Friday night. Oi Sun
day morning sacramental services
were observed. T ne past or, Rev. .1 . A.
Whit-, wa-assi-ted by Rjv. .). A. Rm
80111, of Lincoln county.
Rev. W..I. Stewait.of Klklon, preach
hiI ui. ibis olMC.e Sunday mol'liiili;. li s
sermon was replete "with practical
thoughts, ami was greatly enj yed by
The present term of Rigbyville
Academy will el "se Friday, May i. On
tlie saiiie evening, beginning at 8
o'clock, lion. W. s. Fleming, of Colum
bia, will favor the school with a lecture
aloiw educational lines. Oi Saturday
eveuiun following, at the same hour,
the Foster Literary Society will dis;'us
the quest, on, "Resolved, t iai Hie 1. S.
shoiiid grant women su!ferai:e. ' Kaeh
b de will be represented bv four speak
era. The public is cordially invited
b .th evenings.
M .Owens, of Florida, is with her
dauglrer, Mrs. K M. Penile r. Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Hurt, of I'iaua, Wiles coun
ty, visited at the parsonage Sunday
and Monday. Mrs. Hurt is a sister of
M rs lJovi ers.
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Harlow, of Colum
bia, came out Saturdiy and rem lined
till Monday w ith Mr. and Mrs. M. L
Air. J no. A. Jones, of Water alley,
visitrd relatives in this community re-
ceni. , , ,
Several from here attended the 1m
woith licague Conference at Colleoka
last Wednesday, and enj lyeil not oulv
the conference proceedings, but the
bountiful hospitality lor which the
Culleoka people are so noted
' Tis nea'- the lonely mi Inight hour;
Yet siill 1 sit and think of thee,
With niem'ii -s of your fragrant rVnvers,
Whose sweetness comes in dreams to
Would I wtre near the f.iirv ground
Wiiere oft to cull your (lowers you go;
That I might twine a wreath around
Your brow, as pure as falling snow.
Or v til 1 I were a bright sun ray.
To tail among the flowers vou seek;
That 1 might then one warm ki-s lay
L pou the velvet of thy cheek.
Could y u but wield the magic wane',
And throw its changing charm
Then o'er your Mowers I'd galy hum
As bright plumaged bird or roving
And whil I hovered near the place
Where blooms you' lovely .Martial
One linue'dntr look on your sweet face,
I know I then would loye to steal.
While there I'd pause on Mower tip.
And from its cup drink dewy wine;
Yet the sweetest nectar I would sip,
Would be from luby lips like thine.
Though I can be no bird of air,
Nor yet a suubam falling near,
Will von a friendly token wear
For o e who holds thy memory dear.
Pluck one sweet rose from off the tree,
Ami place it near thy tender heart,
That somdimes you may think of me,
Though fate has placed us far apart.
Our stock of those oods is complete as
to quality and price. We buy in largo
quantities and can sell you a bettor Bugy
for the money than you can buy elsewhere.
Wagon like above cut, side spring, only $25.00. We have them
as high as $05 00.
T. F. Anthony, ex postmaster, ot
Pminise Citv, Iowa, says: "1 houghtnne
bottle of 'Mystic. Cure' for rheumatism
xnd two doses of it did me more goou
than any medicine I ever took, hold
by A H'. Rains, druggist, Columbia. Km
h few days recently.
ltllKVM TIil CI' UK II IN A II Y
"Mystic Cure" for rln umatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to:td:is.
Its action upon the system is remarka
ble ami mysterious. It removes al once
the cause and the disease immediately
disappears. The lir-t dose greatly heue
(its; V.'i cents, '"old by A. H. Rains, drug
gist. Columbia. 'I enll. oetl. Mil
( AIM KK'S CHEEK.
Cautkb's Ckkkk, April S-On the
evening or A pril2:t, afl.-r many days of
i.ain ami sutivrinu. Mrs. Caroline Me
Sleen closed her earthly pilgrimage of
sixtv-nine years ami two mouths. S ie
pM.-sed awaV al the home .it her sisler,
Mrs. Al. s. Thompson, of L co. she was
ready ami wii-iig lor me .ia-iei s
numinous, ami otit-u expressed her w II-illiiliei-s
to . The sick ever b.ulld a
benisoii in tin ministry of her willing
bands, and sofTeiiiik' humanity draii
liiaiix a draught of living symiiuliy
from the fountain of her kind heart.
Mie leaves one son ami one sister and
man oilier relatives and friends to
inoui'ii her death she was a member
of the Haptist Chinch f -r more than
Ii ft y yt-His. Funeral services were con
ducVd bv Rev. F..tt" II. "f Saut IV, at
Lasting Hope Chinch, and there she
wa-.-idto rest May ii d bless and
comfort the bereaved son and help him
to rt alie that his loss is only her gam.
Mr Knox Polk, who has been cm
meted with the U .V N. Railroad as
biakeiiiMii. was brought home on the
Hlh frt.m Pulaski, having had a stroke
si.,tiN.i H ii.i., April Si.-Mrs. I). C.
(i inloii and daughter, Klise, of Frtnk
lin, visited the family of Rev. T. A.
H xrtli ii recently.
Rev. Joe Ramsev, the Kpworth
League organizer, is in tl is place.
M iss Li.iuka Hrown has gone to be
absent until July, she will visit in
New York and Philadelphia.
Miss Mary Hedin is a guest at i-.wein
Prof. Lacy Rice, assistant editor of
the Cumberland Presbyterian, visit ii
Rranhani-llughes school recently, en
i favoring to organize a '. M- C. A. in
the school. Mr. Council, of Yanderbilt
Athletic Club, was also a visitor in this
school list week .
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Taylor and Miss
Mary L h visited Nashville last week
Miss Irene Cheiirs, after a pleasant
stay with Columbia relatives, is at
Miss .lanie Moore has been quite sick
recently, bu' has now recovered.
Misses Annie Motloy and Carrie
Wade were at Carter's Creek last week
to see Mrs. .Ionian.
Hev. T. A. Hardin. Mesra. V- R- -''' '
nod II . P. Wade attended Columbia
Presbytery, which convened at Pu
I ii s k i .
Mr. ami Mrs Thomas It md have gone
to Hell Huckie to reside.
Rev. T. J. HiXOil, State! Clerk of
Richland Presbytery, is at its sitting at
M t. Moriah.
The 1 umlicrlaiid congregation have
called Rev. Mr. Fuller, of I'exas, now a
student in i he Theological department
Ht Lebanon. This people are much
gratified 'n securing this excellent
minister, w liose tlic "irses are so i in
pres-ive. His sub.) ids treat in a terse
hi, d vigorous m iiiucr that is very in-t-ie-ting.
Another pleasant conte-t w II b"
lend next Friday at ' Rosei hci pe '
retool To see even tne youngest ptl
,ils so enthuseti in their w rk and so
etriiestlx a-sisting II er - dc and ac.-u
rstely keeping seme "I their o,p ments
mistakes, is remarkable, t ins in iking
it eh ivatilf f r i.ttr ois hii I the imny
friends of this school to intend.
Godwin, April ii. Several weeke
have elapsed cince we scut, any corn inn
ideation in the llKlt.M.li. So we deci
ded to write a few items this week.
Rev. Mr. Kubaiiks delivered a very
interesting dt-coiir-e to his congrega
tion at (J itlwiu Chapel last Sabbath
Mrs. I. A. Origsbv, of Spring Hill,
spent s 'verai nays ncr-t lasi weea. as
the guest of Mrs Cowsert and family.
Miss Pearl Roan w s the guest of her
cousin. Miss Lillie Ro in, of Hear Creek,
several davs last week.
Mr. Kwing Irvine, of Hickman Coun
ty, was in our midst recently.
Mr R (i. L'icas has returned from a
111 ntli ssta at Mt. Pleasant.
Mis "Savage, of ( 'nthev s I re-k, sp'iit
part of last week with her sister, Airs.
Miss LilPe R dierts, of C tlunitiia, vis
ited Mi-s inirie Roberts nc ntly.
Mrs. (iaskill, of Santa re, w s the
guest of Mrs llenrv 1 1 a veil, recently.
Mrs. Claude wo i win is speu i nig sev
eral tiavs with lur unreins, Mr. and
Mrs. F.li Fra.or.
Mr. l-'t.u t Cow se t. of Nashville, was
here seveial days since our last.
Mr. Claude loil w in has gone to Lou
is ille on a business trip.
Mr lUve Crafonl, of Thompson's,
visited Mr. and Mrs. William Sedherry
last week. Mahui'kiui r..
Cinttnnorl to Seventh PageA
MII.LION4 iIVK AWAV.
It is certainly gratifying to the public
to know of one concern in the land who
are not afraid to be generous to the
needy and suffering. The proprietors
of lr. King's New Piscovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, have given
awy over ten' million trial bottles of
this'great medicine ; and have the satis
faction of knowing it has absolutely
cured thousands of hopeless cases.
Asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness and all
diseases of tlie throat, chest and lungs
are surely cured bv it. Call on Wold-
ridge A Irvine, druggists, and get a trial
bottle free. Itegular size sue ana if i.w
F.very bottle guaranteed, or price re
funded. juneJly I'M
Col. Lee. wants olid mules for the
army. We suggest the Ueorgia
variety, us they can Iih used for
draught purposes, ami as close ringe
weapons of much force and clirct,
A litt'e boy asked for a liottle of "get
up in t he morning as fast as you can,
the druggist recognized a household
name foi "Ie ut's Little Karly Risers,"
and gave him a bottle of those famous
litte p'Hs for constipation, sick head
ache liver and stomach troubles. A H
$37.50 to $105.00. If you Maut ihe bett,buy only the Kauflinan.
From $0.00 to $175.00. Allgrades and kinds.
For t'lrctilt Jiitlue.
We are nuthorl.ed to announce T). W
Hrovles. of Hardin County, us a camlidalt
forjudge of the Jutliciiil i ircuit composed
of Maiirv. Law rence. Uiles, Lewis, Wayne
unci ll'irdiii counties, subject to the action
of the lieinocriitic party. Flection In Au
gust to till out the unexpired term of Judge
We are nut hori.ed to announce Hoitt. H.
Williams as a candidate lor Judge of the
I ti 1 1 1 1-i 11 1 I'ircult coinnosetl of Maury.
Iiiiwrenee. Uiles, Lewis. a lie anil lliirditi
counties, suldect to tlieactlon of the heino-
riil Ic part . F.lect ion In August to till out
tlie unexpired term of Judge l'atterson.
MT. NKISO AMI HIST VALLKV,
Num. April jii. Hev W. H. Iteas-
.ts usual, oc 'opie l the pulpit heie
play, and tr a 'hed a go 'd serin, n
St nVpreciative audience. Our Snn-
h"o: seems to tie in a more Hour-
greater latere t is
tJ'iite a large number from Cone ml
Hltendetl services here Sundny. ther
b ong no services at Ci tt place on that
il v. .
Mr. Wallace Sarg'nt has returned
from a several month's -lav in Texas
Mr. ami Mrs. lnssev of Lipseotnb,
imitl m i -i I to Prof, aid Mrs. Reams
l-reelil I V
li-s llallowell. of Sha ly I. rove,
Vi.s Ti.onui-oii. of ., ..np-ire.
is ling Mif M rv l. is e!
titdd am 's a few d t vs re
Mis Adlin- P'psi
Ch-n.el. spent a few do
with her brother. M r.
at Mr. Win
,f ' Foster's I
f Inst weeK
feels an inde
of the pain and
ant upon the
most critical pe
riod of her life.
mother should be
a source of joy
to all, but the
danger of the ordeal make
its anticipation one of misery.
is the remedy which relieves
women of the great pain and suf
fering incident to maternity; this
hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial is not only made
painless, but all the danger is re
moved by its use. Those who use
this remedy are no longer de
spondent or gloomy; nervousness
nausea and other distressing con
ditions are avoiued, tne system is
made ready for the coming event,
and the serious accidents so com
mon to the critical hour are
j obviated by the use of Mother's
Friend. It is a Missinr to woman.
Vnr Ti utet.
o lzel to announce
We lire nut o lzel to announce Mr. It.
Mc lt niion, v ., of the 'lentil iMstriet, its 11
candidate for ' ruslee of Maury County
subject tothewillof the people, lit the en
suing August election.
Wo are ant hori.ed to announce J. H.
nranherv lis a candidate for re-eletioii to
the office of Trustee of Maury County. Sub
One of the many im
provements to be
hail onl on the Lap-
ject lo the will of the people' ill the August I ,',. H VOll V Hilt the
election, istis. """ J
best waon ever ot
tered on this market
buy only the Capital
We are authorized to announce lr. Wll
-n li. iinlilih.s, of Columbia, as a candl
Jute for Trustee of Maury County, nt I In
ensuing August election.
We nre nulliorized to announce II. n
f add of t h" :li h disi rtct, as n candidate for
sheriff at the ensuinit August election, sub-
eel to the will of the people.
We are am hori.ed to announce Mr. .1. A
I Hock I I'rovte. as a candidate for sheriff o!
Maury county, al me ensuing August niec-
We are aul hori.ed to announce Mr. Love
Weill), the present Sheriff of Maury County.
as a candidate for re-elect ion for I he set-ond
term, at the ensuing August election.
Fur rttnntv C'tinrt C'li-rk.
We are aut hori.ed to announce Mr. I.u
ther Thomas, of Ihe Fift h 1 list rict as h can
.iidale for oil ill v t ourl i lerk t.f M.turv
County, at the ensuing August election.
We arc authorized lo announce J FranV
Wile .of Columbia, as a c nidldnte for re
election to the otticeof County Court t lerk
at the ensuing August elecuou.
Mr. Wiutield Paine was tiimmon d
U 1.00 PER BOTTLE at all Drnfr Stores,
or seut by express on recr lpt of price.
rC'KS fon,:,'n'nC Invaluable Information nf
r-'rr interest to ad wtnnea, will I mi:
i'..t to an tlilrem, Uxu arpiicalion, j
Vat csiriEi.D liEsruTGr; (...:.;. c.
for Circuit 'otirt Clerk.
We are nm horlzed to announce Mr. Wll-
iBrd I. Worlev.ot the SiMeellth lill KO.
a candidate f r ireiilt Court 'llerk of Mau
ry Coiim y. subject lo I he will of t he peopl
al the ensuliu? Auitust election.
We are aut hori.ed to announce Mr. Wats
F. F.nibrv. of Columbia, as a candidHlc foi
Circuit Court Clerk of Maury lounty. al
the e iisuinu August election.
We are ail' hori.ed to announce M. Kob-
ert Foster, of I he Foiirteenlh . il riet , its ,
Jlltl Hdrite for loCister. stlhjeet lot lie wii
of Ihe people ul ihe Auuilst election. Isris.
We at e Hut hori.ed l"t announce Uenisti
W. K M c Ken uon as a eniididate for re-ele
riot) to Ihe otticeof Ifeifjster tif Minir'
ounty. al the eusuinn Auus! eleotion.
We are am hori.ed t" announce M r. P. I.
Iterrvlierrv.il' i lie I Weill v-t liird lUstrict
us a candid't'" for Register, al t lie ensuing
Krown Douhle Shovel Plows, only $2.." with Calf Tongue.
When in town call and examine our
stock. You will find we c:rry a line ot
Farming Hardware not to be equaled in
tlie town, and prices to suit the times.
J. P. Street & Co.